The Walking Dead season 10: Alpha star teases ‘scarier and more shocking’ part B

Scott continued: “I was hoping that audiences would be intrigued and want to see what all that [his exit] was about, which I feel is basically what happened.

“I was pretty nervous about that, but I feel that Rick is a gigantic part of the show and he has a gigantic story, and that story could be told in any number of ways. As long as we kept telling Rick’s story, we’re doing right by the audience.”

“I know that I was still interested in watching it,” he went on. “I was sure that we would tell that story, and I was hoping that the audience would appreciate that.”

The Walking Dead returns to Fox on February 24, and the next day on Fox UK.

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